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1

P wave has a notch is indicative of

left partial hypertrophy

p mitrale

associated with mitral valve disease

2

p wave is tall and peaked

right atrial hypertrophy

p pulmonale- associated with pulmonary disease

3

St elevation
II, III, AVF

inferior MI-RCA

4

st elevation
V1-V4

anterior
anterior septal
LAD

5

St elevation leads V5,V6, I, aVL

lateral
LCX (sometimes LAD)

6

st depression in V1,V2

posterior MI associated with RCA and RCA

7

fixed or transient ST segment elevations (fixed changes suggest acute MI)- what should you consider

LV aneurysm

Pericarditis

Prinzmetal angina

early repolarization

WPW

8

poor R wave progression is used to describe what?

R waves that decrease in size from V1-V4

9

who might you expect to see an R wave normal variation in

young women

10

what might you think is wrong when you see a R wave progression and it is NOT a young women

anteroseptal infarction.

11

right axis deviation is normal in

young & thin individuals

12

left axis deviation is normal

old & obese

13

right axis deviation is not normal when associated

COPD
Emphysema
PE

right ventricular hypertrophy
WPW

14

left axis deviation is not normal when associated

hyperkalemia
emphysema
left atrial hypertrophy
dextrocardia

pregnancy
ascites
tumor

15

deliriums

assess for illusions, disorientations, decreased attention

16

flight of ideations

frequent change of topics

17

acute and post traumatic stress disorder

reliving a very real frightening experience including flashbacks, depersonalization, denial, and avoidance of stimuli that induce memories

18

generalized anxiety disorder

lasts 6 months or longer

19

generalized depression disorder

requires several episodes of worry to occur on most days for at least a 6-month period of time. Patients find this worry impossible to control and usually associated with somatic symptoms, such as: complaints associated with sleep, muscle pain, bowel function, or mood, or problems at work or in relationships.

20

circumflex sa%?

40%sa

21

circumflex av%

10%av

22

RCA SA%

60%

23

RCA AV%

90%

24

RCA other areas innervated

bundle of his
posterior/inferior LBB

25

R PRIME- what does that look like

its two positive inflections on the EKG- RBBB

26

what does V1-V6 allow you to view

the front and left of the heart

27

what are unipolar leads-what are they also called

augmented limb leads
AVR,AVL,AVF

28

bipolar leads are

Bipolar—aka standard limb leads--have a positive and a negative electrode. Each lead records the difference in electrical potential between two selected electrodes Leads I, II and III

29

what are the currents of the bipolar limb leads

each have a positive and negative electrode.

30

Unipolar lead-have what type of charge

aka augmented limb leads—consists of a single positive electrode and reference point. The reference point (with zero electrical potential) lies in the center of the heart’s electrical field (left of the interventricular septum and below the AV junction).